IPSU 2022: Réponses Européenes: Global Governance, Actors, Institutions and Norms

Project Details


RE-GAIN is a systematic and multidisciplinary endeavour using the strengths of a range of disciplines (notably political science, international relations, history, economics, social-psychology, organizational behaviour, cultural and gender studies and especially comparative public policy) aiming at reforming and re-empowering international institutional and decision making processes; to design a framework to assess the sources and effects of change over time across the institutional architecture of global governance; to examine how the EU can position itself in a changing world and which strategies that it might develop to re-define and re-adjust its position towards the norms of that order in the positive direction of renewed governance structures based on openness, enhanced and effective participation and accountability.
Short title or EU acronymRE-GAIN
Effective start/end date22/02/2220/04/22

Flemish discipline codes

  • Multilevel governance not elsewhere classified


  • global governance
  • normative innovation
  • institutional reform
  • eu policy